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Billy Eichner in Talks to Join Anna Kendrick in Disney's Female Santa Claus Movie
Marc Lawrence is attached to direct, while Suzanne Todd, who worked with the studio on Alice in Wonderland, is producing. Lawrence also wrote the script for the holiday family adventure that centers on the coming of a female Santa to take over the family business.
Eichner is best known as the aggressively inquisitive host of Billy on the Street, which earned him a Daytime Emmy. He also stars in the Hulu series »
- Etan Vlessing
'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Wraps Post-Production, Says Rian Johnson
Star Wars is over. Or, at least, the latest episode is.
Accompanying a shot of the post-production team on the movie, Johnson wrote, "Aaaand that's a wrap on the hardest working post production team in the galaxy. Going to miss sitting in dark rooms with these goobers."
It's also a wrap of Johnson sharing Instagram teases of the post-production process on the movie, which have included shots of explosions, space bears »
- Graeme McMillan
‘Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them’ Sequel Adds David Sakurai
Exclusive: Danish-Japanese actor David Sakurai is set for Warner Bros’ Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them sequel, the second film in J.K. Rowling's five picture Harry Potter prequel series. David Yates is at the helm once again, along with star Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander, Johnny Depp as dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald, and franchise newcomer Jude Law as a young Albus Dumbledore. The film opens in 1927, a few months after magizoologist Scamander helped to unveil… »
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ is Officially Finished, Rian Johnson Celebrates With a Photo
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is officially done. It may seem like that’s coming down to the wire for the film’s December 2017 release date, but it’s par the course for a blockbuster film that requires so many visual effects to wrap its post-production process around this stage. Now it’s only a matter of time before we get […]
- Hoai-Tran Bui
Bradley Cooper’s ‘A Star Is Born’ With Lady Gaga Moves To Summer 2018
For his directorial debut, you gotta given Bradley Cooper some credit for swinging for the fences. He’s behind the camera for Warner Bros. long developing remake of “A Star Is Born” and not only is he behind the camera, he’s in front of it too. If that’s not enough Lady Gaga is taking co-starring role, and writing and performing original songs for the film too.
- Kevin Jagernauth
Martin Scorsese to Teach First-Ever Online Filmmaking Class
Legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese is launching an internet-based course in making movies — his first foray into e-learning.
The Oscar-winning director will debut the class in early 2018 through online-education startup MasterClass. The class costs $90 for unlimited access to more than 20 video lessons; pre-enrollment is available starting Friday at masterclass.com/ms.
In addition to the videos, Scorsese’s MasterClass course will include a downloadable workbook with lesson recaps and supplemental material. Students enrolled in the class will be able to upload video questions to Scorsese, who will provide feedback to select students.
“I was excited by this project because it gave me a chance to pass down my own inspirations and experiences and practices and evolutions,” Scorsese said in a statement, “not as a blueprint for how to make movies but as a guidepost, an offering to young people attempting to find their own way.”
Over a 50-plus career, the New York City native has produced a legion »
- Todd Spangler
Rob Morrow Joins War Drama ‘The Kill Team’
Exclusive: Rob Morrow is set to join Nat Wolff and Alexander Skarsgård in The Kill Team, the Afghanistan War drama from writer-director Dan Krauss based on his 2013 documentary. Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey are producing. Based on the true story told in the docu, The Kill Team centers on Adam (Wolff), an eager American soldier who doesn’t fit in with his rowdy, trigger-happy squad and is coerced by his new sergeant (Skarsgård) into killing civilians against his will — or… »
‘Jane’ Trailer: Documentary Highlights The Trailblazing Jane Goodall
Documentary filmmaker Brett Morgen has turned his camera on no shortage of fascinating subjects, in films like “The Kid Stays In The Picture,” “Chicago 10,” and “Cobain: Montage Of Heck.” Now, he’s profiling a woman whose work has inspired generations around the world.
- Kevin Jagernauth
Get Your First Look at This Year’s CW Superhero Series Crossover Special
If you paid attention to the excellent teaser trailer for CW Seed's animated series Freedom Fighters: The Ray, then you have a solid idea of what awaits The CW's live-action superhero series crossover this fall. That story occurs on an alternate planet known as Earth-x and features the villainous Reichsman, which includes Overgirl, the Earth-x version of a Nazi-fied Supergirl. Other supervillains include evil Nazi counterparts of The Flash and Green Arrow. That all makes much more sense once you've witnessed the new poster for the upcoming crossover, "Crisis on Earth-x." The … »
- Dave Trumbore
The Best Movies on Netflix Right Now (September 2017)
https://youtu.be/_KojwwHRNV8 [Last Updated: September 22nd] We’ve all been there. You've decided you’re going to watch a movie. You have the entirety of Netflix at your disposal, including even a pared down list of films you’ve already noted to watch at a future date. But then there’s the choosing. You’ve gotta find something that fits your mood, or something you and your friend/significant other/couch companion can agree on. You spend hours browsing, and by the time you stumble on something you think maybe is the one, it’s too late, … »
- Collider Staff
Why The Flash Gordon Remake Hasn't Happened Yet, According To Matthew Vaughn
Hillary Clinton’s Craziest Pop Culture References in ‘What Happened’: ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Veep,’ and More
You can tell a lot about a person by the television they watch and the books they read — even while they reveal their theories as to why they lost a Presidential election.
Clinton’s new memoir, “What Happened,” chronicling her experiences surrounding the 2016 election, is surprisingly candid on a number of levels. For example, regarding her coping mechanisms following the loss of the election, “It wasn’t all yoga and breathing: I also drank my share of chardonnay.”
But even more fascinating are the ways in which she invokes current pop culture. Some of the references feel more forced than others. Some of them are truly bonkers.
This is not a complete list of every reference made, as we omitted some of the religious, spiritual, and historical texts upon which she drew to make her points. Instead, here is all the evidence you need that the Clintons know their way around a TV remote, »
- Liz Shannon Miller
Aaron McCusker Cast As Freddie Mercury Boyfriend Jim Hutton in ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
Exclusive: Aaron McCusker has been cast as Freddie Mercury’s lover Jim Hutton in 20th Century Fox's Bohemian Rhapsody which is being directed by Bryan Singer. Hutton was a key figure in Mercury's life. He was a hairdresser and boyfriend who spent the last 6 years with the Queen frontman. He nursed him when he was ill and was by his side when he died. Mercury died wearing a wedding ring that Hutton had given him. After they developed a relationship together, Mercury would… »
Margot Robbie Eyes Oscars With ‘I, Tonya’ Awards Season Release Date
The Grolsch People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival gives awards season films a big boost. This year the surprise winner was Martin McDonagh‘s “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” which certainly elevates its profile in the months to come. But another favored pic, that many expected to take the prize, isn’t going to be forgotten.
Craig Gillespie‘s “I, Tonya“— which was the runner-up for the People’s Choice Award — has now been set for limited release on December 8th in New York and Los Angeles by Neon.
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- Kevin Jagernauth
Heroes: Marvel vs DC Thru the Decades: The 1960s
Welcome to the 170th episode of Collider Heroes, hosted by Jon Schnepp, with Amy Dallen and Robert Meyer Burnett. For the next six episodes, Jon Schnepp and the Heroes panel will explore Marvel vs DC properties over the decades in both Animation and Live Action movies and TV. Today’s installment explores the 1960’s on this Friday September 22, 2017: The 1960s DC: Live Action 1966 – Batman Movie 1966-1968 - Batman TV Series - ABC DC: Animated 1966-1970 - The New Adventures of Superman Filmation – CBS Featuring: • The Adventures of Superboy • The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure • Aquaman • The Batman … »
- Collider Video
Star Wars Bits: New Toys, ‘Han Solo’ Movie Planets, ‘Rebels’ Season 4 Schedule, and More
In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Tons more toys from The Last Jedi to fill your entire house Han Solo looks to be going to two Major Star Wars locations A Certain Point of View gets even better New Star Wars comics on the way And much more! A young hero takes a deep dive into the Empire's history. […]
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- Lucas Siegel
Elaine Brown’s ‘A Taste Of Power’ About Only Woman To Lead Black Panther Party Acquired By The Firm, Robbie Brenner
Exclusive: The Firm has acquired the rights to Elaine Brown's 1992 memoir, A Taste of Power: A Black Woman’s Story about the first (and only) woman to lead the Black Panther Party. Brown led the party from 1974 to 1977 while co-founder Huey Newton was in exile in Cuba. Newton founded the party with Bobby Seale in 1966 and Brown joined as a member just two years later. The Firm is currently in negotiations with a writer to adapt Brown’s book, which will then be produced by… »
Why Fred Armisen Wanted To Be Part Of The Lego Ninjago Movie
‘Get Out’ Hits the Oscar Campaign Trail With a Timely Hamptons Event
Did Oscar season actually start in February? When Jordan Peele’s feature directorial debut “Get Out” opened in late February (not typically a release date space that hosts zeitgeist-smashing hits), few could have expected that the social thriller would not only be a success with critics (the film still sits at a 99% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes) but also a huge moneymaker, pulling in over $252 million at the global box office. Next up? An awards campaign. Chatter surrounding the film’s awards possibilities kicked up early, and the trick has been keeping it up though these many months. One way to do that? A special event at a festival known for its love of award movies. “Get Out” is already into it.
- Kate Erbland
‘Jane’ First Look: Doc On Jane Goodall’s Early Work With Chimps Culled From 100 Hours Of Unseen Footage
Exclusive: One of the highlights of the recent Toronto Film Festival (and sure to be at the upcoming New York Film Festival) was the premiere of the extraordinary National Geographic documentary Jane which is based on 100 hours of recently discovered 16Mm film footage of Jane Goodall’s first foray into the world of chimpanzees in 1962. Long thought lost, the footage shows a brave young woman at the beginning of what would become a remarkable lifelong journey with these… »
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